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If the engine will run for twenty mins then just stops it may be worth checking the air vent to the fuel tank. Dirt bikes often have a small plastic tube fitted to the petrol cap to allow air into the tank. Sometimes the tiny hole in the fuel cap ( Which most bike have) gets blocked and the engine will run until such time as the vacuum in the tank stops fuel coming through. Got to be worth a check.
I would recommend that you check the main fuses located somewhere near or behind the sidecovers on either side of the motorcycle, If that is unsuccessful...You know, fuses are okay looking, then at that point check the electrolytic acid level in the battery. (usually located under the seat or behind the sidecovers as well). If the battery acid level is too low the engine will not run properly and if it is super low you will not even have enough energy to create a spark.
take a standard screwdriver apply pressure to the whole switch panel towrds the drivers window then repeatedly push the 2 wheel drive button until the low lock button flashes then keep on pushing 2wheel drive button til it shifts you can tell its out by cranking steering wheel all the way to either end of travel and move foward no binding means your out
If your rear wheel is locked up in first and second gear with the engine running, this is not a good sign. Have you ever ran the bike without oil in the transmission? Every time I've seen this, the chain was thrown off the bike and it busted the cases. The oil leaked out of the cases and the transmission locks up. Generally, it locks in fifth gear but it could lock up in any or no gear.
Your problem sounds like something is wrong with the low gear-second gear "clutch gear". The clutch gear is gear that slides sideways on one of the transmission shafts to engage the proper gears. If the bike will roll when in neutral, these may be the only gears affected. If the bike will not roll when in neutral, your problem may be in countershaft. Either way, the transmission could be damaged.
Now, if you're talking about the rear wheel locking up if you try to push start the bike, this is because in low and second gear, there isn't enough mechanical advantage in the transmission to overcome the engine compression. Remember, you transferring torque through the transmission backwards when you try to push start the bike. Try starting the bike using third or fourth gear instead. Standing on the pegs and dropping onto the seat when you release the clutch helps.
just remove the top and bottom plastic steering colume covers that wrap around the ign lock cylinder. than you will see from the bottom of the barrel where the lock cylinder slides in there should be a 1/8 brass pin in a small hole .. you have to push in this pin while turning the key switch foward, than just slide out the lock cylinder key and all. reinstall is just as simple , slide in the lock cylinder and just remove the key. you should not have to remove the steering wheel at all...
good luck chris